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Problem to connect to my wireless after formatting

Hello,

I was using wireless connection to connect to the net.This was setup and given to me by the company itself. I recently had to format my pc and whn i tried to connect again to the same wireless connection which is secured it does not work. Here are few details

OS: Win xp sp1
wireless: D-link Airplus G dwl g510 (speed stream)

I think that a secure password for wifi router was set up from the same home pc.is it possible the password changed while formating the comp and gone back to the default.i have a laptop which is still connecting to the net with my usual password.

i have tried a lot fiddling with the airg software as well as the normal windows wifi connection process but have availed no results.

Oh , and by the way my neighbours unsecured network(no pasword set) which is linksys works perfectly when i connect there.using that i can connect to the net but my speedstream d-link which has a password set cannot connect.

In my laptop the settings are for d-link........

obtain ip auto
obtain dns auto
network:- wpa-psk
data encry- tkip

I hope you ill be able to solve this problem.

Thanking all of u in advance.

Shawn Fernandes




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  • shawn_fernan Jan 16, 2009

    thank u for ur promt response.



    I am currently not at home so i ill reply to the same later this day,



    Kindly let me know how to reset the router.



    but how can the router be the problem since both my laptops are able to connect to it easily.



    the laptops were configuerd before me home pc was formatted.



    Thanks

    Shawn Fernandes

  • Michael Lucas
    Michael Lucas May 11, 2010

    What type of router are you trying to connect to.
    If the router is a problem then you can reset it to factory and wipe out the password.
    Need more info on the router itself. make model.
    If it's a speedstream then what model.


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Check ur ip address using ip config.../release the ip address once..and type ip config /renew in cmd prompt...after reseting ur router..check whether ur led in the router,DSL or uplink is buring continously..if not it blinks slowly or a sec of interval..it may ve some problem with the ISP..if i come 2 know ur IPS provider it ll b more helpful for me 2 help u...

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